Hey Alexis,In a nutshell, what you want to do is use the touch up paint first. Be sure to follow all of the instructions on the paint's labeling. Always test the paint before painting your car (try on another surface like a metal can). Let that dry to ensure that it is the right color.Next you want to really prep your car. Wash & Dry the area to get a nice clean surface to work with. (I am assuming there is no rust, but if there is, be sure to get rid of the rust before hand with proper sandpaper and rust products. Also apply primer.)Here is where the actual process starts:1. Apply your paint to the damaged area. You may need to apply a few coats to get the scratch to match the level of the rest of the car. You will have to let this dry roughly 24 hours.2. Use the Scratch Repair Pen to add a thin clear coat layer over the newly painted area. (If you need more than 1 coat, let it dry in-between coats). 3. Next use the Clarifying Paint Compound to even out surface. If there is excess product from clear coat pen, use the #3 & #4 sanding pads with the Lubricator to remove the excess product. Then apply the Compound again. 4. Lastly, (generally) wait 30 days before waxing. (Be sure to read how long it says to wait on the paint's instructions)We certainly hope that this helps! Good luck!
Date published: 2016-09-13